It seems obligatory in most “about me” sections to mention I went to seminary and grad school.
Now that that’s out of the way:
I was born into a Christian household. My father was, and still is, a pastor. I learned at a young age to respect God’s word and the good traditions passed down to me. I’ve never seen myself as anything beyond a common person making his way through this world, stumbling at times, but walking straighter and straighter with God’s help.
Christ came into my life when I was six years old. This became more real to me in my teenage years when the normal questions teenagers ask loom large.
In college I became active in student ministry and haven’t stopped. I also learned that I enjoyed music and love to write songs and serve at church in that capacity.
Perhaps my most memorable times are spent outside- Hiking, Cycling, Hunting, Fishing, etc. You name it if it’s outdoors and I probably have tried it or plan to.
I married the love of my life in 2016 and she puts up with all my shenanigans.
That’s a little about me. For more, check out the podcast!
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